LATEST NEWS & INFO Category: Out of classroom

Seeking proposals to embed NASA content in Ohio classrooms

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If your school or organizations trains teachers, listen in. Battelle, which manages the Ohio STEM Learning Network, is looking for proposals. The science & technology non-profit seeks partners to train teachers on using content from NASA. Thanks to funding from NASA’s Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, a group of one-time grants are available. These grants are meant to develop or expand professional development programs that leverage NASA’s subject matter expertise, education staff, or content. Overall, the link to NASA […]

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Growing STEM at science symposium with under-represented Ohio students

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Photo credit: Lisa Addis, Bowling Green State University Boosting participation of girls and minority students in STEM classes and events is among the goals of many STEM educators. It was one of the aims of organizers of the annual Ohio Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, held earlier this year at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). To find out the results of their efforts, we contacted Susan Marie Stearns, assistant director of programming and development at the Northwest Ohio Center for Excellence […]

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Thanks to studio, Andre Williams is helping other teens

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Andre Williams first dropped in to use the music studio. “I heard about it online… I was donating plasma to pay for studio sessions… when I found out about this being free, I started bringing my friends.” Columbus Museum of Art’s “Teen Open Studio,” began in 2014. Supported by the Battelle STEM Arts Grant, the program serves local teens two days a week, offering a unique space to make art of all kinds. With access to supplies and tools, Andre […]

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“STEM After School” brings chemical engineering to middle schoolers

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Providing high-quality after-school STEM activities is the goal of a program at The Works: Ohio Center for History, Art & Technology in Newark in Licking County. With nearly $50,000 of funding support from Battelle, The Works created STEM After School to offer some of the county’s middle school students opportunities to explore STEM concepts and careers through hands-on, inquiry based programs. To find out how it’s all going, we contacted Meghan Federer, museum STEM education director for primary grades at […]

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